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News: Dragon Ball XenoVerse's First DLC Pack Punches the European PlayStation Store This Week

Dragon Ball XenoVerse's First DLC Pack Punches the European PlayStation Store This Week

Here to save the day

Much like Dragon Ball's protagonist, Goku, Dragon Ball XenoVerse's first slice of DLC is going to show up to the fight fashionably late in Europe, after its release was delayed last week. The news comes via Bandai Namco UK's official Twitter account, which states that the download will be available this week. We assume that...

News: Helldivers Deploys Its First Batch of DLC Today

Helldivers Deploys Its First Batch of DLC Today

Back on the front lines

We hope that you're still mowing down alien scum in crazy co-op shooter Helldivers, because the download's first batch of DLC is crash landing onto the North American PlayStation Store later today. Helldivers is a great little game - read our review Consisting of three packs that can be bought separately or all at once,...

News: Dragon Ball XenoVerse's First DLC Pack Has Been Delayed on the PlayStation Store

Dragon Ball XenoVerse's First DLC Pack Has Been Delayed on the PlayStation Store

Shouldn't be too long

Those who have been keeping up to speed with the PlayStation Store's weekly updates will know that yesterday, Dragon Ball XenoVerse's first DLC pack was set to release in Europe. Unfortunately, for potential buyers and holders of the game's season pass, it never showed up. Not sure about Dragon Ball XenoVerse? Read our...

News: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel's Claptastic Voyage Dances to PS4, PS3 from 24th March

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel's Claptastic Voyage Dances to PS4, PS3 from 24th March

Vault funkers

In what we've no doubt will prove a hilarious piece of downloadable content, Gearbox has announced that an all-new campaign – Claptastic Voyage – will be strutting its stuff to Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel later this month. Due out from 24th March, the add-on will be available day and date with Borderlands: The Handsome Collection...

News: PS4's Wolfenstein: The New Order Is Getting a Prequel

PS4's Wolfenstein: The New Order Is Getting a Prequel

Standalone DLC explores the past

This is a pleasant surprise isn't it? Wolfenstein: The New Order released on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 last year, and was met with a positive response from both critics and players. If you enjoyed the rather refined first-person shooter, then you'll be delighted to know that there's a standalone DLC coming...

News: Bethesda Shines a Light on The Evil Within DLC

Bethesda Shines a Light on The Evil Within DLC

Don't tease us, please

With unforgiving combat, a surreal storyline, and infrequent checkpoints, last year's The Evil Within was a case of horror game Marmite – you either loved it or you hated it. Assuming that you fall into the former camp, though, you may be excited to learn that DLC is on the way, with 'The Assignment' due out in March...

News: Get Your First Look at Tales of Zestiria's Controversial DLC With This Trailer

Get Your First Look at Tales of Zestiria's Controversial DLC With This Trailer

A lost love

It may have sold over 400,000 copies in one week when it launched in Japan, but that hasn't stopped Tales of Zestitia from getting caught in a storm of controversy. The trailer that we've embedded is for a post-game DLC that centres around one of the game's characters, Alisha, who's also the primary cause of Japanese players giving the...

News: Dying Light Will Fight the Decay with Free Modes and Skins on PS4

Dying Light Will Fight the Decay with Free Modes and Skins on PS4

Dead good

Proper post-release support always goes down well here at Push Square Towers, so kudos to Polish developer Techland for finding the easy route into our hearts. Writing on Twitter earlier this evening, the developer has announced that it will be adding a harder difficulty tier and some extra skins to its recently released undead-'em-up...

News: Resogun: Defenders Makes a Final Stand Next Week

Resogun: Defenders Makes a Final Stand Next Week

Free update Resogun: Challengers out today

Resogun is still, in this editor's humble opinion, the best game on the PlayStation 4. That's not a slight against the next-gen system's software offering – it's a testament to just how good Housemarque's cylindrical shooter is. And fortunately, the Finnish developer is continuing to support the arcade...